The 6th book in the Wings of Fire series. In the last book, the war was won when the Dragonets of Destiny crowned a new Sandwing Queen. Now they are pledged to try and make sure that was the last war ever by opening up Jade Mountain School, a school for dragons of all clans to come together in peace to learn more about each other, each other's clans, and how to get along. It's an ambitious project to say the least. Moon is one of the first dragons signed up by her mother but she is incredibly worried because as a Nightwing she is already held in contempt by pretty much every clan but on top of that, she was born with the gifts of mind-reading and prophesy, gifts the Nightwings used to have but lost several generations ago. No one knows she has these gifts in order to protect her but how will she handle living in a cave system with so many other dragons? Moon isn't sure she is going to survive without going crazy when one voice starts cutting in louder than the rest and giving her instruction on the use of her powers. That helps her keep things at bay until she is hit with the horrible vision of a schoolroom about to explode. Her ability helped to save some lives but others were lost and now she has been outed to her friends and teachers. They aren't sure what to think but when she foresees more death and destruction, they decide taking a chance on helping her stop it is better than nursing their grievances.
This is definitely the start of a new adventure for a new group of dragons where the Dragonets of Prophecy from the first five books play a more background role. Ms. Sutherland continues focusing on a new dragon's point of view for each book which allows us to know the different dragons more thoroughly. I'm still interested in the world but the plot of this adventure so far is not gripping me in the same way. My 9yr old is still enthralled, however, so I'll probably continue reading.
Page count: 336p/33,732p ytd/248,648p lifetime